He was married three times. He worked with Federico Fellini as well, for instance in Boccaccio '70, and with Alberto Lattuada. From his first wife Adele (or Adelina) Carloni he had his only child, Luigi De Filippo. Italian national network page about the movie, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Toto,_Peppino,_and_the_Hussy&oldid=972674494, Pages using infobox film with unknown empty parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 13 August 2020, at 08:46. Memorable in the history of comedy films is the scene in the movie where Toto and Peppino (the Capone brothers) have to write a simple letter to be sent to his grandson. Some of the most famous scenes of Totò and Peppino took place in this movie  (e.g. He also invented Pappagone, a character for a TV show. Gianni (Teddy Reno), their sister Lucia (Vittoria Crispo)'s son, is studying medicine in Naples, when he falls in love with Marisa (Dorian Gray), a revue dancer, and follows her to Milan. Antonio and Peppino try to bribe Marisa away from Gianni but he woos her back by moving her to tears with the song "Malafemmina", and Lucia realizes that she is a good girl. Totò e Peppino sono due buffi zii di uno studente innamorato di una ballerina. Februar 1898 in Neapel als Antonio Vincenzo Stefano Clemente; † 15. De Filippo was born in Naples, brother of actor and dramatist Eduardo De Filippo and of Titina De Filippo. His second wife was actress Lidia Martora (pseudonym of Lidia Maresca) and was the sister of dancer Marisa Maresca. De Filippos Gesamtfilmschaffen umfasst knapp unter 100 Filme. The actress Ester Carloni was another sibling of his wife Adele. April 1967 in Rom) war ein italienischer Schauspieler, Drehbuchautor und Liedtexter.Als Komödiant wurde Totò über die Grenzen Italiens bekannt. The two astutely send a message with threats to Teresa, asking for money for the payment of the ransom, with which they go to spend a night of joy. , For this film Peppino De Filippo was awarded with a Silver Ribbon for best supporting actor.. It stars the comedy duo of Totò and Peppino De Filippo.The film also stars the popular singer Teddy Reno, and features Reno singing some of his songs as well as Malafemmena, Totò's most famous work as a songwriter. Im Fernsehen war De Filippo gelegentlich zu sehen; seine bekannteste Verkörperung in diesem Metier stellt „Gaetano Pappagone“ dar; die Kunstfigur führte mit unnachahmlicher Sprache u Toto, Peppino and the Outlaws (Italian: Totò, Peppino e i fuorilegge) is a 1956 Italian comedy film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque. The brothers Antonio (Totò) and Peppino (Peppino De Filippo) Caponi are boorish landowners living in southern Italy. He was the second of three children born from the couple, the other two being Annunziata "Titina" and Eduardo. Antonio is lavish and steals his stingy brother's money. : questa moneta servono a che voi vi con l'insalata consolate dai dispiacere che avreta perché dovete lasciare nostro nipote che gli zii che siamo noi medesimo di persona vi mandano questo [la scatola con i soldi] perché il giovanotto è studente che studia che si deve prendere una laura che deve tenere la testa al solito posto cioè sul collo.;. The actor Pietro Carloni (his first wife Adele's brother) was married to his sister Titina. Peppino should be defined an actor as well as a popular TV and cinema star. Peppino De Filippo (born Giuseppe De Filippo; 24 August 1903 – 27 January 1980) was an Italian actor.. He married three times, and his first wife Adele Carloni gave him Luigi, who is successfully carrying on his father's work. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Toto,_Peppino_and_the_Outlaws&oldid=986390222, Films with screenplays by Ruggero Maccari, Pages using infobox film with unknown empty parameters, Articles containing Italian-language text, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 15:20. Teresa, however, comes to know and is furious, and does not believe the stories of Antonio, even when he is really kidnapped by the "Torchio". In the end, she leaves the revue world, moves to their village and marries Gianni. After several attempts with different acting companies, as a utility player, in 1931 he and his siblings founded the Compagnia Teatro Umoristico: i De Filippo. Worth a mention are Totò, Peppino e la malafemmina, Totò, Peppino e i fuorilegge, and La banda degli onesti. The news is broken to the family with an anonymous letter, and the three brothers travel to Milan in an attempt to stop the relationship, which they consider dangerous. Worth a mention are Totò, Peppino e la malafemmina, Totò, Peppino e i fuorilegge, and La banda degli onesti. Plot. The separation would allow him to find his own stylistic footprint as an author, being easily distinguishable from Eduardo's: Peppino's comedies are usually easier and more brilliant. 1h 41min 1956 13+ Una delle opere più amate del grande Totò che interpreta questo divertente film comico insieme al celebre Peppino De Filippo, il bravissimo Nino Manfredi e la bella Dorian Gray. He was born from the affair between playwright and actor Eduardo Scarpetta and theatre seamstress and costumier Luisa De Filippo. Totò, Peppino e la Malafemmina. His partnership with Totò in many films has been one among the most interesting collaborations in the Italian comical cinema genre. the dictation of a letter full of grammatical errors and their attempt to talk in French with a Milanese policeman ("nous voulevan savua'...")). Their movies obtained an outstanding success, despite being snubbed by critics. Licensing. He made his stage debut at the age of six. Yet Toto, who is believed that most awake, does not realize the severity of grammatical errors that creates the dictate of simple sentences that are anything but pure Italian. He performed as a sort of usher, a typical character of the Neapolitan theatre, and coined many funny phrases and an own jargon, that would transform into popular sayings. He married for the third time to Lelia Mangano. Pasquale Sabbatino, Giuseppina Scognamiglio. Spezzone del film Totò Peppino E La Malafemmina (1956) di Camillo Mastrocinque, con Totò, Peppino De Filippo, Dorian Gray, Teddy Reno. Italiano: fotogramma dal film totò, peppino e la malafemmina. ; Their movies obtained an outstanding success, despite being snubbed by critics. One day Antonio and Peppino take advantage of the fact that the bandit "Il Torchio" has returned to terrorizing the country, pretending to be kidnapped by the band. However, in 1944, due to a controversy with his brother, Peppino abandoned the company. For this film Peppino De Filippo was awarded with a Silver Ribbon for best supporting actor. veniamo noi con questa mia addirvi una parola che che che scusate se sono poche ma sette cento mila lire; noi ci fanno specie che questanno c’è stato una grande morìa delle vacche come voi ben sapete. Con appendice e musiche di Peppino De Filippo) (1956), Il talismano della felicità, (Farsa in un atto) (1956), La collana di cento noccioline, (Commedia in un atto) (1957), Tutti i diavoli in corpo, (Un atto) (1965), L'amico del diavolo, (Commedia in tre atti) (1965). Salutandovi indistintamente i fratelli Caponi (che siamo noi i Fratelli Caponi) ». Toto, Peppino, and the Hussy (originally Totò, Peppino e la... malafemmina) is an Italian comedy film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque in 1956. Mistaking it for roughly a prostitute, however, the two brothers write that with 700,000 lire the girl can reward yourself for lost time with their grandson. He is however most remembered for his several artistic partnerships with Totò, on movies such as Totò, Peppino e la malafemmina and La banda degli onesti. His partnership with Totò in many films has been one among the most interesting collaborations in the Italian comical cinema genre. He played in several movies such as Rome-Paris-Rome, Variety Lights, A Day in Court, Ferdinand I, King of Naples and Boccaccio '70. The text of the letter says: « Signorina It was a very successful experience, featuring tours all over Italy, new comedies, enthusiastic ratings by critics, and sold out in theaters. His father was actually married since 1876 to Rosa De Filippo, Luisa's paternal aunt. Si gira!, (Satira buffa in un atto) (1952), Pranziamo insieme!, (Farsa in un atto) (1952), Io sono suo padre!, (Commedia in due parti e quattro quadri) (1952), Pater familias, (Commedia in un atto) (1955), Un pomeriggio intellettuale, (Commedia in un atto) (1955), Dietro la facciata, (Commedia in un atto) (1956), Le metamorfosi di un suonatore ambulante, (Farsa all'antica in un prologo, due parti e cinque quadri. The film also stars the popular singer Teddy Reno, and features Reno singing some of his songs as well as Malafemmena, Totò's most famous work as a songwriter. Permission (Reusing this file) PD-ITALIA-FILM. Totò [toˈtɔ] (bürgerlich Antonio Griffo Focas Flavio Angelo Ducas Comneno De Curtis di Bisanzio; * 15. Peppino repeatedly showed his extraordinary versatility; particularly noteworthy are his performance in The Caretaker by Harold Pinter and in The Miser by Molière (as Harpagon), where he proved to be a skillful actor whose ability had grown beyond brilliant and dialect plays. It stars the comedy duo of Totò and Peppino De Filippo. Unfortunately for two uneducated peasants and how they use this is almost impossible. His father Eduardo had several other illegitimate children from various affairs (including actors Ernesto Murolo, Eduardo Passarelli and Pasquale De Filippo). Toto, Peppino and the Outlaws (Italian: Totò, Peppino e i fuorilegge) is a 1956 Italian comedy film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque. Antonio and Peppino live in a small town in central Italy: Peppino is the barber, Totò is maintained by the rich but avaricious wife Teresa, who does not allow him in any way to have fun, as Antonio would like. He died in Rome at age 76. Die größten Erfolge zeitigte jedoch die Zusammenarbeit mit Totò; in etlichen Filmen konnte das Duo die Perfektion ihrer Zusammenarbeit zeigen. This page was last edited on 1 June 2020, at 16:23. He represented a humble servant of Cummendatore Peppino De Filippo (the title of Commendatore is a public honour of the Italian Republic). Date: 1956: Source: Transferred from it.wikipedia to Commons by Bomazi using CommonsHelper. Toto, Peppino, and the Hussy (originally Totò, Peppino e la... malafemmina) is an Italian comedy film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque in 1956. Riduzione in tre atti in dialetto napoletano) (1940), Quel bandito sono io!, (Farsa in tre atti e quattro quadri) (1947), L'ospite gradito!, (Tre atti comici) (1948), Quel piccolo campo..., (Commedia in tre atti) (1948), Per me come se fosse!, (Commedia in due parti e quattro quadri) (1949), Gennarino ha fatto il voto, (Farsa in tre atti) (1950), I migliori sono così, (Farsa in due parti e otto quadri) (1950), Pronti? English: Dorian Gray in the film Totò, Peppino e... la malafemmina (1956). In fact, everything that the two brothers should write to his girlfriend's nephew concerns a notice to him to let the boy alone in order to continue his studies. It was the top-grossing movie of the year in Italy with a 1,751,000,000 Italian lire revenue (about 40 million Euro in 2009).. Author: Pizzaebirra2008 at the Italian Wikipedia project. 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